A palace? A hotel? A museum? Built originally in 1899 as a luxury hotel to house holidaying heads of state and nobility, this huge building with its arches and columns fell into the hands of the city council after the first world war and the building was transformed into an educational establishment.
Now on this site there are a college (11-16 years), a lycee (16-18 years) and further education courses. There's an interesting web site which gives you a photographic tour of the building if you'd like a peek inside, just click on the camera icons.
It really doesn't seem like a bad place to be educated!
Long live Rebellion!
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